18 year breast cancer survivor Lucille Williams shares her story and hopes for a cure.
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Lucille: I am a breast cancer survivor now for 18 years. And I feel that if I didn’t do early intervention to detect it, to get to a doctor, finding that lump was one thing, but getting to the doctor for him to do a biopsy. And then after he did the biopsy, then he did the surgery. So today, I am better than last—to be here to stay and to look at you, to say God Bless because we’re still here to stay and hope and pray that one day, there will be a cure for the word “cancer”. My advice to them all would be not to give me. And for them to be determined that they're going to survive. We have to have that determination, not to turnaround and to give up, because the word is here and because it's here, and we ask for the prayer, in our prayer for the healing. So now, that they have been diagnosed, they need to just ask for the healing, so that the healing will come and it will come to them, because it came to me.